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1947 Homogenized Bond Bread Complete Set (48 w/Jackie Robinson, Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio)

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1947 Homogenized Bond Bread Complete Set (48 w/Jackie Robinson, Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio)

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For those readers unfamiliar with 1947’s Bond Bread card production, there were 48 different images in the issue – all of them baseball stars except for four different boxers (to include Joe Louis). The black-and-white cards are blank-backed and were crafted with rounded corners. In recent years, a half of the designs in the issue (that is, 24 of them) have emerged in abnormally larger quantities, which necessarily follows that the other half of the subjects are in painfully short supply.

Categorically, the condition of all 48 cards in this offered set is impeccable, i. e. trong>NM/MT throughout. They’re all with the expected rounded corners, and certainly, there are no creases or surface wear; the only qualification is that some of them are imperfect in their printing (as is typical for the issue) with a few errant ink transfers. But materially, these cards are simply above reproach. One aspect of Homogenized Bond that’s not mentioned in most card guides is that the production is particularly rich in the New York-based teams – seven Yankees, eight Giants and nine Dodgers. Among the “common” 24 cards there’s included Hall of Famers: Lou Boudreau, Bobby Doerr, Bob Feller, Ralph Kiner, Johnny Mize, trong>Stan Musial, Phil Rizzuto, trong>Jackie Robinson, Enos Slaughter and trong>Ted Williams. Then, among the so-called “scarce” cards in the production are superstars: Yogi Berra, trong>Joe DiMaggio, Gil Hodges, and Pee Wee Reese.

1947,Baseball,Card  Bob Feller,Bobby Doerr,Gil Hodges,Jackie Robinson,Joe DiMaggio,Joe Louis,Johnny Mize,Lou Boudreau,Phil Rizzuto,Ralph Kiner,Ted Williams,Yogi Berra

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